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UVCeed turns smartphone into a mobile disinfector

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UVCeed unveiled the device of the same name – in its words, “the safest and smartest mobile ultraviolet disinfection tool that effectively kills germs, bacteria and viruses, including COVID-19, by 99.9% in seconds.”

The UVCeed device connects to your smartphone. Its design includes powerful UV LEDs (wavelength 275 nm) and multiple sensors, which, together with iCide Safety and iCide Smart Dosage technologies, allow for safe use and intelligent dosage of radiation.

To be convincing, the press release says that the UVCeed mobile disinfector was created by Peter Bonutti, MD, a renowned surgeon, inventor, author, professor, consultant and entrepreneur with over 30 years of experience. He is the founder of Bonutti Research, an “incubator” that develops medical equipment and technology.

“You can’t predict when you will need disinfection,” said Bonutti, co-founder and CEO of UVCeed. – UVCeed is a mobile, portable system that can be used anywhere for disinfection or sterilization. It is a non-chemical treatment of surfaces, food, air or personal protective equipment that allows users and their families to feel safe in an environment full of pathogens. This is the future of fighting germs, bacteria and viruses, especially at large venues such as CES. “

iCide Smart Dosage delivers the optimal amount of treatment, avoiding both a false sense of security and increased risk of contamination, as well as discoloration and damage to polymers and other materials. In addition, built-in object recognition lets UVCeed know if a surface has recently been sanitized.

iCide Safety uses a machine learning algorithm to reduce the chances of accidental exposure and misuse. Using a phone camera and a time-of-flight sensor, UVCeed pauses irradiation when it detects movement or living objects, so there is no risk of UV harm to humans or animals.

As a guideline for the processing speed, the manufacturer cites the following data: 90% disinfection can be carried out in just a few seconds, and to destroy 99.9% of bacteria and viruses it can take 30-60 seconds, depending on the size of the object and the distance to it.

UVCeed works with all iOS and Android smartphones that support BLE. The device uses a USB-C connector to charge the battery (cable included).

UVCeed costs $ 130.

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The first live photos of the Samsung Galaxy S22: the frames turned out to be even narrower than on the renders

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The first comparison of real photos of the Samsung Galaxy S22 with computer images has appeared. These materials were published by a well-known Chinese blogger and verified insider under the nickname Ice Universe, who has proven himself well in Samsung-related leaks.

Ice Universe writes that the live bezels of the Samsung Galaxy S22 screen on all sides turned out to be even narrower than they were shown on computer images. Unfortunately, so far we are not being shown the entire smartphone, but its top and side parts. In one image, you can appreciate not only the narrow frames, but also the size of the cutout for the front camera. The second image shows the power and volume buttons.

The first live photos of the Samsung Galaxy S22: the frames turned out to be even narrower than on the renders

Samsung has officially confirmed today that its new flagship devices will be unveiled on February 9th. During this event, announcements of the Samsung Galaxy S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra, as well as the flagship Galaxy Tab S8 tablets are expected. At the same time, a new promotional video was published, which clearly hints at the improved capabilities of the camera when shooting at night, as well as when recording videos.

The prices for the Galaxy S22 line in the US were also named:

  • Galaxy S22 – $899
  • Galaxy S22+ – $1,099
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra – $1299

The first live photos of the Samsung Galaxy S22: the frames turned out to be even narrower than on the renders

Ice Universe accurately predicted the announcements of several Samsung image sensors, the specifications and announcement date of the Exynos 2200, predicted the appearance of smartphones with “waterfall screens” on the market, and published many other confirmed leaks.

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Xiaomi announced the global MIUI 13. By the end of March, 22 Redmi and Xiaomi smartphones will receive it

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Today, Xiaomi officially introduced the Redmi Note 11 and Redmi Note 11 Pro smartphones for the global market, as well as the global version of MIUI 13. On the eve of the event, there were rumors that there would be nothing new in the global MIUI 13, unlike the Chinese one. Judging by the official presentation, it is.

Xiaomi announced the global MIUI 13. By the end of March, 22 Redmi and Xiaomi smartphones will receive it

All the “innovations” of the global MIUI 13 are presented in the picture below. Suffice it to say that the same “innovations” are characteristic of MIUI 12.5 Enhanced. In other words, MIUI 13 is nothing but an improved MIUI 12.5, only renamed.

Xiaomi announced the global MIUI 13. By the end of March, 22 Redmi and Xiaomi smartphones will receive it

Be that as it may, the global MIUI 13 is already on its way – in the first quarter (that is, until the end of March) it will be received by 22 Xiaomi smartphones and one tablet – Xiaomi Pad 5. A list of all devices (including those intended for the market India) of the first wave of renewal is presented in the picture above.

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Samsung Galaxy S22 ‘breaks the rules of light’: Samsung teases smartphone camera capabilities

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Up to this point, Samsung had said that its new flagship devices would arrive next month, but now the company has confirmed numerous leaks and has revealed that the presentation will take place on February 9th.

At the same time, a new promotional video was published, which clearly hints at the improved capabilities of the camera when shooting at night, as well as when recording videos. The video shows slogans that call to “break through the night” and “break the rules of the world.”

Samsung Galaxy S22 'breaks the rules of light': Samsung teases smartphone camera capabilities

Samsung says we should expect “the best S-series ever” to arrive. The company is clearly hinting at the Galaxy S22 Ultra with support for the S Pen stylus. This smartphone will be the answer to the requests of fans to return the Galaxy Note line.

In the morning we published a short video in which we are shown how the number 22 turns into the letter S from a different angle. The inscription hints that the new smartphones will set an “epic standard”.

Together with the Galaxy S22 smartphones, the Galaxy Tab S8 tablets will be presented.

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